The impact of family separations at the U.S. border has hit most of us hard and in different ways. As a community we want to come together in whatever way possible to give voice and resources to helping those most impacted by this inhumane way of treating families at the border.
“I was hesitant to attend to the 2-day Latino Equity Project workshop. The very first exercise took my guard down: sharing the memory of an ancestor.”
Pictures of the Latino Equity Project Fresno Training which took place in April of 2018.
Dear LEP Community, These last two months we've been busy visiting the Imperial Valley in California, with trainings in San Bernardino and the Coachella Valley. We are humbled and honored to share in community with the people we have met, learned and grown with. As we...
Pictures of the Latino Equity Project Coachella Training which took place in February of 2018.
Latino Equity Project training gave me the platform to discuss the racism I experienced from other Latinx in hopes of creating awareness and educating my fellow Latinx.
On Thursday, May 25th, a group of Latino Leaders from the Sacramento area convened for the Latino Health Equity Training. The group of people who work in government, or related roles, really delved into the topics and opened up in the peer setting in a powerful way....
On March 23, 2017 the Latino Equity Project was in Los Angeles holding a one-day training. This training was geared towards Latino Leaders who work in government agencies or related work. 25+ professionals gathered representing the following focuses: criminal justice,...
The Latino Equity Project has trained hundreds of Latinx leaders since 2014. Here are the dates and locations for some of our past trainings: